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notice of shift changes. >> what this law does is give us a say in how does this affect me. >> the county pays $15 an hour, correct? >> reporter: videos posted to youtube are intensifying and already bitter fight. this one allegedly shows young people paid by the county to lobby for question b. >> the law says in maryland you cannot spend tax dollars on political activities. the definition of political activities is promoting or oppose ago ballot question. >> reporter: this afternoon the county fired back, saying the bargaining has cost taxpayers a lot of money and that it is appropriate, not illegal to use county resources to advocate for question b. in montgomery county, andrea mccain, 9news. >> the fop has asked state and federal prosecutors to investigate whether montgomery county used any federal funding to campaign for question b. a county spokesman said emphatically it did not. >>> tonight v state police are investigating the sheriff's deputy involved in the death of a 17-year-old boy. >> so this started when deputies from both stafford and fauquier counties responde
prescription drugs pulled in april of this year. as gary nurenberg tells us, the move came after both the federal and local investigation. >> it's been a nightmarish experience because i'm being falsely accused of having murdered and having killed a young man. >> reporter: dr. alen salerian pain doctor whose office was burglarized in january. >> a hundred prescription pads were gone. >> reporter: d.c. police confirmed the burglary report. it wasn't till this summer that a former employee told salerian that another former worker-- >>-- >> was on the side selling my prescriptions. she made a reference to thousands of prescriptions on the east coast. >> reporter: including the man who died after apparently filling one of those prescriptions. >> it was a prescription that i've never, never in my life written. >> reporter: d.c. pulled his right to prescribe class two narcotics in april and since then among his patients? >> three successful suicide, unfortunate suicides, one coma and four hospitalizations. >> reporter: when we met a patient in april, other doctors would not prescribe the pa
in the u.s. this covers certain models of the prius and corolla due to problems with the steering mechanism and the hybrid system water pumps. this is toyota's second multimillion car recall in two months. >>> you may pay more for that morning cup of joe in the future thanks to climate change. coffee prices are already the highest they've been in 30 years because of the combination of high demand and poor harvest. now a new study from scientists in london and ethiopia finds a group of coffee beans could be extinct by 2018. the coffee grown on most plantations comes from a limited genetic stock. they do not have the ability to shift to rapid changing climates. >> thankfully 80 years from now or 2080 is a long time. >> we have been having all these massive problems with crops so we're already starting to feel some of it. >> the prices are already high. >> 30-year high. >> what are you doing in the next half hour? >> i'm going to be your secret santa over the next couple of weeks. ail be hunting out some deals for you and bringing you secret shopping strategies. >> i like that. thank you, jess
yesterday. and that is where our own matt jablo joins us live with details. >> reporter: as you can see behind me, police are on the scene gathering evidence. the search for the suspect intensifies. it was broad daylight, right around noon when police say that a man broke into a rear window at this well kept home in the 3500 block of mckinley street. >> as far as i'm concerned. >> when the suspect came up upon the home's 81-year-old owner, he assaulted her. >> i think she will be ultimately fined. >> stole some unidentified items from the house and took off. >> this is concerning to you? >> yes. >> joe says for the most part it's a good neighborhood. there has been a rash of robberies here recently. >> we have a lot of burglaries that we don't have many assaults. but they have been picking up just a little bit over the past few years. you're asked to call crime stoppers at 1-866-had 11-tips. our callers will remain aonian mouse. >>> the next piece of the news out in that neighborhood is that someone has been busted. thank you so much, matt. it started today at the state of the universit
. hello everybody, i'm bruce johnson. thanks for joining us. at arlington national ceremony, president barack obama paid tribute to the nation service members on this veteran's day. the president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown, intended to show every service member. and he urged americans to welcome back soldiers who are returning home. >> over the next few years more than a million service members will transition back into civilian life. they will take off their uniforms and take on a new and lasting role. they will be veterans. as they come home, it falls to us. they are fellow citizens, to be there for them. >> the president also noted that this is the first veteran's day in a decade with no american troops fighting in iraq. >>> the vietnam veteran's memorial continues to be one of the areas most visited sight. today is no exception as surae chinn talks to those who gathered at the wall. >> i see them twice a year for memorial day and veteran's day. >> the walk moves people none like no other. antonio biaz has come to honor his fallen comrade. >> for all those who are no l
at this difficult time. holly petraeus is the assistant director of the u.s. consumer and financial protection agency and has built a reputation fighting for the rights of military families. >> outside the gates of military installations there's usually a strip out there with the buy here, pay here car dealers, the check cashing, the payday loans, the pawn shops. always for them to basically cut into their paycheck by taking out debt to buy things. >> reporter: her work has been to protect those families. >> i realize some of what you're going through. >> reporter: under a national spotlight it is her own family in need of help and protection. she knows of military honor. she was the daughter of the commadant at west point where she met petraeus. >> what more can you tell us about the reputation of david petraeus and why did he have to quit, gary? >> reporter: a couple things. this is a man who literally rewrote the book on how the military deals with counter insurgency. he changed the strategy in iraq and turned that war around, largely responsible for the surge in afghanistan that arguab
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